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MANY TEAMS AREANXIOUB, '
St. Louis College Nine Would Make
Visitors Extend, Themselves?
Gleason Selects jSine.
If tlia Colombia boys can only play
hr.lt of tbo baseball. games that me
being siioken of In connection with
...cm, ijr mu nine uieir nam
full for a certainty. Tho Hoholu
combined sihools wnnt n nlnt- iti
Coast lada, ami Henrj Chllllngwotlll
has selecleJ a team of Hwnlters thht
theuisehea to win.
Then Sergeant Harry, who Is
Ing a little better this morning, utter- A fegutir rliig'Jwkg 'ji evidence)
having been down In tUo'dumps.'overlnnd irbund 1 1 the officers were icat-
tho defeat of his Ueauts by the fleet
nine. Is ready to put a'bunch of the
Quards on the diamond and play the
Now this mornlngjFat Qleason ap
pears on mo scene and announces
the fact that he will select a St
Louis College nine that will play
tho Coumblaabojs or any kind of
boys. And, on paper, It would seem
that the nine gotten together by Pat
Is a very strong one and one that It
would take a good team do beat,
According to dleason's lineup, E-
plnda and Markhnm would 'form' the
battery for the college, and the
"King of Spain," as Esplnda Is call
cd, is too well known as a pitcher
to need any comment on1 his ability
to shoot them over the nlnte.
Aug. Drclcr. on first, is a tower
of strength, and he alwaysfplays.tb.4
game for all It Is worth. -Franco,
who is to hold down second, is a
well-known school player, , and his
good work has often been i admired
by the fans at the Athleticand Aala
parks. . f
The St. Louis schoolbovs'nre a fine
lot of swatters, and a match between
them and the Columbia boys would
bo Worth going mlles'to'see. The
visitors are still in Quarantine, and
wljl not be released till' February 17.
They will remain "for a week In Ho
nolulu, and probably will leave tot
the Coast on the Alameda, which
sails on February 23.
The lineup of the college will be
as follows: Esplnda, p.; Markbahl,
c; Dreler, lb.; Franco, 2b.; Ah Sam,
3b.;,ChInlto, ss.: Xavler, If.; Yelchl,
cf.; Hoopal, rf. Subs., Cockett, Ha-
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Motor Cycles Soon
To Start Buzzing
Several new motor cycles have ar
rived In town lately, and It won't be
long now till the much-talked-ot fast
trials and hlll-cllmbing rates will
lake place. The straightaway runa
of a mile will be fine exhibitions,
and the latest type of machines that
have reached Honolulu are expected
to make new records for the Terri
tory. mil CHIlton is always to the fore
as regards motor cycling, and he is
right In the first flight of riders. He
has sold his old machine to one of
the Lellebua boys, and the soldier
swears by the flyer. Chilton was ex
pectlng n couple of new machines
ana consequently let the old onejgo
at a bargain.
llerger'and Herrlck are also on
the warpath with ne w "pmchtnes, and
these well-known daredevil riders
will make the public sit np and take
uiotlce when they go after the
The hlll-climblng contest will be
a great lest torvrtne "Hkeeter" bri
gade, and the little buzs bikes will
have a bard task In Kaplolanl street
hill to face. Hlll-climblng Is con
sidered one of the hardest tests a
machine can be put to, and It will
bo Interesting to see what time they
put up along a stilt grade. '
The Tennessee baseball catcher Is
a marvel, and he uses no mask when
catching. For the past seven ears
Lubert has caught all kinds of pltcb
ers, and he never has resorted to the
fact protector. And, strange to say,
the expert has never been serlousjy
Injured in any game. His work was
much admired by all the fans on Sat
urday and Sunday last. '
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Illnes pitched well at the start ot
the Marine-Tennessee game, but
later on the Juckles did as they
lived with him and ho was hit all
over the ptace. Old reliable "Andy"
did good work, rand his broken An
ger appears to be 1nuch better, al
though It Interferes with his work a
lot. - ,
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'jLuU.HItht ,tn Tentltssee bojs
JBljled' 0ll thui foranl''dc, Which
hmt toll illrrltd Itjlonn' arena, ind
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uninne evening jiport aboard of moreover the inner couise.
rV.liVl Jr t " " Buouuoxing neayies are,netermind to
id iDuu.wcrs nu ten nir. .ah h. m. ih rur.nt ! .i. ,.u
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pa innii tfin .Af.tHa ..iif.hi4. ..... iviut. i..
'of tho fnttt brigade punehed eac
fc!-Jolhr Jo their heail'i cohteht.
ed llh. chairs, 'The ?Ja:ltle8 weri
ferr where a'ndleverr available hll
o'r room was occupied by Jack- and
hlspal, ; J.
Ulglalectrlc Ugh made things' as
origHasvdayand every hlovo of the
pugllst.ould be seen jtlalnly. The
turret-was crowded, and the big guns
alt i carried ' their load of blue
Jackets. - '
The first bout oas between Wor-i
thaM'and Moravat, and 'the men
fought at 124 iiouh(s. 11 'was a
short it I merry go, as Wortham.
aflershdwing up rilrly well in the
hrst rpun'd, rqShedIrt wide open In
the-iteond apd. stopjilbg ne with
his twHt wasJtnockpd out. :
After (H sherf'tfattrvHli 'ItnilftrI
hud Olbl) ktepedlntp the ring tor
lU-Wuttd go, ant jf turned, qdt
be..ta fine 'exhibition nf hnlnr.'
Brua,td' was the stronef,,Qf,lhe,two.
and, his work was )evif,' ,jght'
through" n go. qibbs, put ubl
th uecson was given to tlritlard.'
,' Thiitw preliminaries cjeared he
waylfcfclhe main event, which was
ft, fifteen-round gq between McDon'uVl
ana1 alJcVcWnaWs. w'lr-1fuown
here. And. nil .theitiaht rsiu 'raiAatn.
ber thegSroe light be put 14? against
tiiarl stilly 4 few niontlis ago7
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"""," iijau aaafuiimis a augv
amount of pu'nlshmsnt' a.nd then
come back' and do the Oliver Twist
act. , " ,
J-at hikht Mae showed hp In .the
sartio,WAy n he dltUin his llohoiulii
sciiipsjanM right f,rom the.;tapt(oj;
to Kr)g traded lh toilila man! The
first twb rounds Were Mt'k by a
mile, hilt In Aiie. third Ollck' threw
over one on to the rusher's chin! and
shook him up a lot. Mao, tfo-jfever,
pulled- himself, together, and' al-
though, bne eye was put,,ot .controls
sloh; He fought like,, a demon," The
constant, rushing and smashes (hat
Mac landed soon gOt'QIlck tnto'qacer
street and he finally went down In
StacDonald Is a ball of muscle and
Hs ns hard as Iron. He Islot the
rushing variety of fighters, f-audi can
take and give a good wallop. lie Is
not clever with the mitts,, bUt Is ns
game as a bulldog. '1 '
The winner of the -main event
took a purse ot $128, sod' the loser's
Share was ,$32. The whple evening
was most enjoyaoie, anfl.tne.omcers
and men had a great time ot It.
The Jackles did most, of ith'e, cheering
and yelling, while the offlcers-were
moro sedste. It Is to be. regretted
that there was no boxing ashore
during the visit ot the fleet, as the
public would have lilted, to have seen
some of the cracks of 'the warships
at work In the roped arena.
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Chinese New Year
fhire will be some flnedolngs to
morrow, at Aula I'ark, and th6 Chi
nese section of the population will
keep Up, their New Year In real
America style as far as sports go.
nBunil win uuiu me ucik iiiia
j ear, and the .athletic events that
wefe pulled o(T In former years will
not eveijtuate, jis Jllio 'Athletic Park
Is hbt In condition tor. running' races
and other 'stunts.' However, there
will be two grand games of ball at
Aala Pork, and dll the Chinese and
theJr frends will 'roll up there and
wach the fun.
The first game will be between
the Moo Hocks and the C. A.C. Jrs.,
and, a ntost Interesting struggle will
surely be seen. Samuel de Hoppo la
majiager of the Moo Hocks, and the
genial S,aniqiy is also captain of the
team. If the Moo Hocks lose It will
not be flarnmy's fault, as he has
trained and coached the team till
they play like a bunch of Mlque
Fisher's' All-Star bo-s.
ThA nppnhri irnmn will Rtart rh ftnon
ns jhe Mno Hacks and C. A. Cs. are
through with their run-getting. The
C. A, C, Srs. will go up against tho
' - WILL RACE SUNDAY
HEAVYWEIGHTS TO TRT
ONCE MORE AGAINST LIOHTS
Wlnrier '' Event Will Try
Conclusions 'With Myrtle Straw'
'" Snnch on FebrufrrySO.
I N,B)tlSun,l?y the Btrawberry cVtwa
of (he Henlnnl club wlll'bnttlo once
Sundav rhOrnlnv. v
Tlio lights-won the first ha In tl.
narrow margin of Jthreo-quartcrs of
a length, njtd although theydd not
have their tfry best crewxlwlng 10
one, or two 'of t,helr men being im
Jftfd lh the- car wreck", the heavies
still think thatthJyican defeat the
Mis. Cj 3 "
. That remains to be soen. and It
mbat be admitted that the' heavies
had the worst boat of the iwo. Tho
raceftf Sunday proved that) both the
crews are In excellent condition, and
that It matters not verv miMth whleh
liiinch goes Oihjhgalnst thtrJMyrtles
OlrFVIiritflrv 9n. Kllt.M IkJ u..i.
orjlights think thsyare able to take
the measure of the other bdje.
.On thing I, certain, and that Is
that rowing has got a boost that Is
sehdlng the sport albhg In ureal
style. These' races, on the Side, as
It were, are doing an Immense
amount of good, ahd on February 20
Ibere should be a-good lot -of races
sesn. It will remludfone of Hegatta
Day, and there Is no doubt that a
big crowd ot peoplewtl) roll up to
tht two boat clubs- and watch the
rates ' -
..TMe Healanls Will nrohnhlv lnok
out for the Columbia boys as far as
putting hnd swltfimlng go. ahd the
i.mch-traveled oungstlers.lll be ex
j.'Wd the courtesies of lie club.
, Kvety BundaV there IS'alila bunch
of metubkra down.a,t bothclubhouses,
Uiil tb l-est'k' jSrtun-ssVanori.
lis. 'always on. tan. The clubs boast
some remarjtablj-'.last swlmmsrs, and
Ifllbrbmptu jices 'srs always being
switp. As.'soon as theowjdg race
)" over, ;a big swimming sports day
wllrbe aj-ranged, and then sotnt of
the, smartest 'divers and swimmers ot
tle, Territory, 'wl.l; compete In a long
I'lUfflUlll Ul OTDIlia, -
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On Floral parade Dav the Coun-
Irv Pints Ullt. nar- itastnl Ua jTi. fAt
W1MW "f !) SVW CIS IV1I
and It Is tx pec ted thaOall the auto
mobiles that are shown In the line
will take a run un'to the club, where
a"n'ovelty tournament will be playfd
off. ' . '
Tho grounds committed hns nr.
isnjged -iho following program for
the present ear;
February. 22,' novelty; March 29,
tean; April 24, medal; May 31,
bctgty; June 11) four-ball; July 4,'
team; July 31, novelty; August 21,
t-d-ball ' foursome; September 6,
bogey; October, Manoa Cup, quail
fvinir round: October 16. Manoa Cud.
finals; November 25? team; Decern-
I.'.! a MA.l
TJhe only, prize arranged for so 'far
Is tbe '.Manoa Cup, The trophy wjlll
be Iplayed for during the present
jeah arid the competition shouldjbe
a keen one. .... '
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Students' Alliance, and then there
will, be a game worth seeing. ,Jipth
teatns are' ouf for glory., and lty.wilt
bella grea( strukgle from the first
bail pitched.' , -V '
fonsul Liang has donkud a beau
tiful cup-which w)ll go to the win
ning team. It will be a proud can-
tat,n who receives the' trophy .from
the Consul at the end of the match.
Bests wl be provided at the park
and. a'nomlnnl 'cnargo'wlll bolode
for them. . Every one.o( the 'chairs
shpiild,be..occup1edi and a crowd sJx
deep 'all roiind',ltie ield .Is preUv
sure -to be "presents It Will be like
hedsys of.lree baseball, when some
exciting and good games, were play
edljit Aala.'. ' jl
un-Hsturaay pight theniasquerado
ball', will be held at t-lip K. ot P.
llall, ahd Judgfog-'Vr the way the"
tICUetS'afe golbg oft, there fcwlll be a
big j gathering of nil the 'youth and
beauty ot the c)t-, The ball will
stat at 8 o'clock, and, one good Jolly
time Is guaranteed! by. the commlt-
tte' r t.
The lineup Of the 'two teams which
will play In theblgmatch Is as fol
d A, C. ApSii'ksu, p.; Ah Toon,
c.t'JTCn S.ang. I i"; En t4ue, 2b.; Alex
Asain, se.; Ah 'Tin," 3b.;, John I.o,
rf.; Ii. Akann, cf.; Kan Yuen, If,
V Alliance CV 'Aklna, p.; C. D,
', HUGO HERZER
' MHS.;HU00 HERZER,
' MISs'lRMGARt) SCIIAEFER, '
' MR. CHRISTIAN F. JENKINS,
'-MR. HENRY CLARK.
Alexander young hotel
Tuesday Evening. February 8, 1910
ADMISSION 1 $1.00
Tickets on sale at Bcrgttrom Music
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910
The Hui.Pauahi, ot Oahu College
MRS. TH0S. C. TRUEBL00D, A. M.
In Her Dramatization of
"Silas Marner," by George
', CHA8. R. BISHOP HALL
t? At 2:15 P. M. .
Admission 25c. and 15c.
'TH08.'C. TRUEBL00D, A. M.
(Professor of Elocution, University
THE BEAUTIFUL DRAMA OF
CHAS. R. BISHOP HALL
. At 8:30 P. M.
Admission 75c. and 50c.
'Tickets for sale by all Punahou
Students and at Wall, Nichols & Co.,
King St., on and after February 7,
9 a. m. - .
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers
Dunn's Hat Shop .
Oftamaktr from Paris. Stylish
Dmaesvtailor-inads specialties. Sa-sostblg-
prices. Harrison Block.
BstcaU and Fort streets.
YEE CHAN & CO.
will be CLOSED until SATURDAY
MORNING on account of Chinese
Meat Market and Importers.
C. 0 Yee Hop-& Co.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
Xiftf St.. Ewa Fish Market.
WING CHONG CO
KDIO IT. HEAR BETHEL
Dasllari la Furniture Mattresses
eta., Eto. All kinds of X0A and
sUJOOH FURNTTUSS Mads T
1 Youll Find
for gifts at
'Wing On Chons,
hSethel Si. Between Xing and Hotel
Farm, c; K. Ajan.lb.; Sing Hoon,
2b.; Tom Ten, ss.;'Ako, 31).; Chlng
Vet, rf,; Tan Lo, cf.; Hong Cliack, If.
L. Koon C)iock Is mnnager of the
C. A. Cs. and Phillip Wong Is boss
of the Alliance leant. Kwal Kunn
will act ns jell-leador for the former
nine, nnd Samuel Allnn "111 lead the
a tt a
When the Marines and Tennessee
bojs were playing their game on
Sunday a funny mixup occurred at
second base. The uniforms ot tho
tvo teams were almost exnetly tho'
same color, nnd when a sailor start
ed to run from first to second, nnd
then doubled back, Hajcsot, tho Ma
rines and two other hnlf-vtets got
puizled as to who was who, and
Hit) eg tagged one ot his own side
who was Jumping nround the bug.
Then a yell of laughter went up
from the crowd and the Marine no
ticed his mistake. ,
Advice la easy to glo, but most
men prefer to pay 11 lavtjer for the
kind they are to follow. .
MISS EVA ALVA
Song and Acrobatic Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Ycirs' En
gagement in China and Russin
' Premier Pianist of the Far East
The Pay Car
Don't JorRet the CHILDREN'S
PRIZE MATINEE en Saturday.
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THE ?I0NIANA GIRL
&oy$ of the Fleet
Drop in for a Long COLD Glass of
Beer after the Ball Game' at Aala
"On the Road to Aala Park"
TOM MC TIQHE (the Irish Consul)
Use Carnation Milk
Instead of Fresh Milk
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4 cloth of A-l quality eat bt par
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